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Mickey Hoyle takes the reader on a journey around the world in the company of a young Dutchman who made the trip in 1908. He was Dolph Kessler, who accompanied Henri Deterding, the director of Koninklijke Olie (Royal Dutch), on business travels that took in Asia and the United States. Dolph was a privileged traveller. Very few people made a world trip in those days.
Hoyle examines how he recorded his travel experiences with both pen and camera. The Manfred and Hanna Heiting Fund enables young researchers from all over the world to explore the photography collection of the Rijksmuseum. The results of these studies are presented each year in the series Rijksmuseum Studies in Photography, whose publication is also generously made possible by the Manfred and Hanna Heiting Fund.
- English edition
- 40 images
- ISBN 978 94 91714 63 4
- Concept and design: Manfred Heiting
- Layout: Ger Hudepol Productions